After a bit of a break it was high time to get the trackwork finished on Morton Stanley. Holes were drilled, the hole for the DPDT switch was carved out, short bits of wire and tube were found and the whole lot had the magic iron waved over it. And so far, it sort of works. As with all hand built track there is a bit of tweeking to do; the siding a the far end of this photo was for some inexplicable reason set to nearly 18mm in places - don't know what I did there. And the check rail gaps have needed a little heaving about, but generally it's good. Now a full test is required with the stock I have and on to the scenics.